28 September 2023
|CPD||0.5 - Ethics and Professional Responsibility|
|0.5 - Practice Management and Business Skills|
|1 - New Zealand CPD|
|Associate Member||AUD $39.50|
Join us for a thought-provoking course on the intersection of artificial intelligence and legal ethics.
In the rapidly evolving landscape of legal practice, the integration of AI technologies brings about a host of ethical considerations that demand our attention.
We will delve into a several areas of concern that lawyers, legal professionals, and AI developers must grapple with to ensure that the use of AI in the legal profession is not only efficient but also ethically sound.
What is covered:
• Duty of competence, due diligence, risk of over-reliance
• Client confidentiality
• Client inadvertent waiver of privilege
• Subpoenas and Discovery
• Use by clients in preparing their own documents which they bring to lawyers for review
• Transparency & disclosure
• Billing & fees
• Continuing Legal Education and Training
• Job displacement and access to Justice
• Long term dependence – skill atrophy
Who should complete this course:
• Practice Managers
• General Managers
• Managing Principals / Partners
Partner at Stirling & Rose
Schellie-Jayne Price leads the AI practice at Stirling & Rose. She is a global machine learning and digitisation expert. She has over 20 years experience in international resources companies, including leading global multidisciplinary innovation teams. SJ founded and was the inaugural chair of the AU Legal Technology and Innovation Community for the Association of Corporate Counsel. She is a Member of the Centre for Legal Innovation Advisory Board for the College of Law, Australia, NZ and Asia Pacific and Winner of Women in Technolgy WA Tech [+]20 Award.